A new public group in Saida.
We demand a technocratic government formed by experts outside the current political system whose tasks must include:
Holding early elections under a fair law to establish a constitutional authority outside the sectarian constraints
Passing a law to ensure the independence of the judiciary and holding accountable all the components of power
Taking the necessary procedures to strengthen and reinforce the financial sustainability, which includes adopting a serious approach to decrease public debt, restructuring the tax policy, handling the energy sector and its administration with transparency, combating tax evasion and improving revenue collection, as well as lifting bank secrecy.
Restoring and strengthening social protection through reforms in social security and pensions, and ensuring the independence of the Lebanese university without the use of quotas
Protecting the environment and putting a halt on all projects and plans that harm the environment such as the building of dams, incinerators and quarries.
A Circular Economy Hub of all issues and initiatives about Economy, Society and Environment concerning Sustainable Development in Lebanon
The organization founded during Lebanon’s waste crisis presented a beacon of hope for the region with innovative solutions and a strong social base for their work.
UMAM believes that dealing with Lebanon’s violent past is fundamental to eliminating the specter of renewed conflict.
By creating and continually enriching a citizen resource center focused on Lebanon’s conflict-laden and war-loaded past and by utilizing a variety of tools (including cultural activities, technical workshops and targeted research), UMAM D&R helps boost collective reflection on the many different instances of conflict and violence that have plagued Lebanon’s past, weigh heavily on its present and have the potential to influence its future.
We are an NGO that aims to collect data about the various forms of corruption spread across public administration in Lebanon. This data is then mirrored back to the administration and the public in order to raise awareness and engage both parties in a transparent and constructive relationship.